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Labor > Contributing family workers, male > % of males employed: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Contributing family workers, male (% of males employed). Contributing family workers are those workers who hold "self-employment jobs" as own-account workers in a market-oriented establishment operated by a related person living in the same household.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Samoa 45.2% 2008
2 Ethiopia 34.6% 2005
3 Rwanda 32.7% 1996
4 Madagascar 32.1% 2005
5 Mongolia 30.9% 2011
6 East Timor 27.3% 2010
7 Kenya 26.9% 1999
8 Laos 26.8% 2005
9 Burkina Faso 26.5% 2006
10 Zambia 25.4% 2000
11 Senegal 23.5% 2001
12 Togo 23.1% 2006
13 Cameroon 22.3% 2010
14 Pakistan 19.7% 2008
15 Mali 18.5% 2007
16 Tonga 18% 2003
17 Azerbaijan 16.8% 2005
18 Equatorial Guinea 16.5% 1983
19 Georgia 16.1% 2010
=20 Cote d'Ivoire 15.8% 2002
=20 Nicaragua 15.8% 2010
22 Guatemala 15.5% 2004
23 Thailand 15.3% 2012
24 Morocco 15% 2008
25 Sierra Leone 14.8% 2004
26 Benin 13.9% 2003
27 Honduras 13.3% 2010
=28 Albania 13.2% 2010
=28 Chad 13.2% 1993
30 Yemen 12.8% 1999
31 Mozambique 12.7% 2003
32 Bolivia 12.6% 2009
33 Liberia 12.5% 2010
34 Haiti 12.3% 1990
35 Vietnam 12% 2012
36 India 11% 2010
37 Fiji 10.5% 2008
38 Zimbabwe 10.4% 2002
39 Uganda 10.3% 2003
=40 Tanzania 9.7% 2006
=40 Bangladesh 9.7% 2005
42 Philippines 9% 2008
=43 Paraguay 8.8% 2012
=43 Cambodia 8.8% 2012
=43 Kyrgyzstan 8.8% 2006
46 Ghana 8.7% 2010
47 Vanuatu 8.5% 2009
48 Indonesia 8.1% 2009
49 Ecuador 8% 2012
50 Maldives 7.9% 2006
51 El Salvador 7.6% 2012
52 Romania 7% 2012
=53 Cape Verde 6.5% 2000
=53 Peru 6.5% 2012
55 Egypt 6.4% 2010
56 Kosovo 5.8% 2012
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) 5.76% 2008
57 Nepal 5.7% 2001
58 Republic of Macedonia 5% 2012
59 Namibia 4.9% 2012
60 Iran 4.8% 2008
61 Turkey 4.6% 2012
62 Mexico 4.3% 2011
63 Serbia 4.2% 2012
Emerging markets average (profile) 4.04% 2008
64 Colombia 3.8% 2012
=65 Belize 3.7% 2005
=65 Sri Lanka 3.7% 2012
67 Burundi 3.6% 1998
=68 Brazil 3.4% 2009
=68 Bhutan 3.4% 2012
=70 Republic of the Congo 3.3% 2005
=70 Panama 3.3% 2012
=70 Niger 3.3% 2005
73 Tunisia 3.2% 2011
74 Slovenia 3.1% 2012
75 Greece 3% 2012
=76 Malaysia 2.6% 2012
=76 Lebanon 2.6% 2009
Non-religious countries average (profile) 2.55% 2005
=78 Syria 2.4% 2011
=78 Poland 2.4% 2012
80 Gabon 2.3% 2005
=81 Bosnia and Herzegovina 2.1% 2012
=81 Botswana 2.1% 2006
=81 Algeria 2.1% 2011
84 Austria 1.8% 2012
85 Dominican Republic 1.6% 2010
=86 Montenegro 1.5% 2012
=86 Switzerland 1.5% 2012
=88 Moldova 1.4% 2012
=88 Marshall Islands 1.4% 1999
NATO countries average (profile) 1.34% 2012
=90 Cyprus 1.3% 2012
=90 Croatia 1.3% 2012
=92 Dominica 1.2% 2001
=92 South Korea 1.2% 2011
=92 Costa Rica 1.2% 2012
=92 Lithuania 1.2% 2012
=92 Iceland 1.2% 1994
European Union average (profile) 1.17% 2012
=97 Italy 1.1% 2012
=97 Latvia 1.1% 2012
Eurozone average (profile) 1.03% 2012
99 Japan 1% 2011
100 European Union 0.996% 2012
=101 Mauritius 0.9% 2012
=101 Suriname 0.9% 1998
=101 Chile 0.9% 2011
High income OECD countries average (profile) 0.814% 2011
=104 Swaziland 0.8% 1997
=104 Sao Tome and Principe 0.8% 1991
=106 Ireland 0.7% 2012
=106 New Zealand 0.7% 2011
=106 Grenada 0.7% 1998
=109 Finland 0.6% 2012
=109 Portugal 0.6% 2012
=109 Estonia 0.6% 1999
=109 Venezuela 0.6% 2012
=109 Spain 0.6% 2012
=109 Jamaica 0.6% 2012
=109 Bulgaria 0.6% 2012
=109 Uruguay 0.6% 2010
=117 Tajikistan 0.5% 2009
=117 Bahrain 0.5% 2010
=117 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 0.5% 2008
=117 Saint Lucia 0.5% 2001
=117 South Africa 0.5% 2011
=117 Antigua and Barbuda 0.5% 2001
=117 Kazakhstan 0.5% 2012
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 0.429% 2011
=124 Jordan 0.4% 2012
=124 Saudi Arabia 0.4% 1992
=124 Ukraine 0.4% 2012
=124 Brunei 0.4% 1991
=124 Belgium 0.4% 2012
=124 French Polynesia 0.4% 2007
=124 Kuwait 0.4% 2011
=124 Singapore 0.4% 2012
=132 Netherlands 0.3% 2012
=132 France 0.3% 2012
=132 Malawi 0.3% 1987
=132 Luxembourg 0.3% 2012
=132 Trinidad and Tobago 0.3% 2005
=132 Hungary 0.3% 2012
=132 United Kingdom 0.3% 2012
=132 Argentina 0.3% 2012
=132 Czech Republic 0.3% 2012
=132 Germany 0.3% 2012
=132 New Caledonia 0.3% 1996
=143 Norway 0.2% 2012
=143 Australia 0.2% 2011
=143 Tuvalu 0.2% 2002
=143 The Bahamas 0.2% 2011
=143 Sweden 0.2% 2012
=148 Canada 0.1% 2011
=148 Slovakia 0.1% 2010
=148 American Samoa 0.1% 1990
=148 Hong Kong 0.1% 2012
=148 Denmark 0.1% 2012
=148 Israel 0.1% 2011
=148 Aruba 0.1% 2007
=148 Macau 0.1% 2011
=148 United States 0.1% 2011
=148 Russia 0.1% 2008
=148 Belarus 0.1% 2009
=159 Barbados 0.0 2004
=159 Qatar 0.0 2004
=159 United Arab Emirates 0.0 2009
=159 San Marino 0.0 2008
=159 Puerto Rico 0.0 2008

Citation

"Countries Compared by Labor > Contributing family workers, male > % of males employed. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", International Labour Organization, Key Indicators of the Labour Market database. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Labor/Contributing-family-workers,-male/%-of-males-employed

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